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UK weather forecast today – Forecasts predict one of the hottest summers in a decade with the 32C blast coming ‘in a few weeks’


Forecasts say IT could be the hottest summer in a decade as a 32C blast will hit the country within weeks.

La Nina, a climate type, will play an important role in spikes during warm weather.

Jim Dale, meteorologist at the UK Weather Service, said: “There will definitely be some heat spike as we enter the summer when I expect to see the temperature as high as 20. degrees Celsius or even the lowest 30 degrees Celsius.

“This is largely because the equilibrium effect, after a period of colder weather in the past few months, dominated by the air flow in the north, will return and come from a more southeast direction.

“This will make the weather hotter as we go through late spring and into summer.

“This summer can be up there with warmer ones from ten years ago, it’s more likely that one of the warmer ones will be cooler.”

Read all the latest weather news and updates in our live blog below …

  • THURSDAY MORNING

    It’s a chilly start to some rural spots today, with things mostly dry elsewhere.

    Expected to be sunny across the country today.

  • FORECAST TODAY

    It was dry and sunny most days, feeling warm with light breezes.

    Everything will be cooler and more cloudy in the southeast and some central parts of England with a few showers.

    The map shows prospects across the UK at 10am todayCredit: Met Office
  • MET OFFICE PROSPECTS FOR WEEK

    Good and stable for many people with sunny waves, getting a little warmer during the day despite staying cold overnight. There is more rain and wind in the north and west, and there is some rain.

  • APRIL 5/1 TO GET HOTTEST ON RECORD WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE

    Ladbrokes have dropped the odds this month to drop as the hottest April on record.

    As temperatures get better, bookmakers have reduced the odds from 12/1 to 5/1 as this will drop to a record hot April.

    “Although it snows earlier this month, it is still likely that outside is the hottest April ever with temperatures rising again,” says Alex Apati of Ladbrokes.

  • FORECAST OF TOMORROW

    According to the Met Office, most will be sunny with more clouds rising in the afternoon.

    Scattered showers will affect eastern and central England.

    The cold in the east the wind is cold, the warmest in the north.

  • SUNSET IN LONDON EARLIER TODAY

    Impressive sunset evening on The London Eye Ferris wheel
    Impressive sunset evening on The London Eye Ferris wheel
  • TONIGHT FORECAST

    Dries up, once the evening showers in the southwest fade away.

    Most of the time it clearly leads to another chilly night, especially in the east with a fairly widespread frost locally.

    The bizarre fog could be further west, mostly Northern Ireland.

  • SOAR TEMPERATURE IN LAST APRIL

  • PICTURE: SUN-RESISTANT SAIL BOARDS

    Stokes Bay in Gosport, Hampshire, when the Stokes Bay Sailing Club held an evening race
    Stokes Bay in Gosport, Hampshire when the Stokes Bay Sailing Club held an evening raceCredit: Paul Jacobs / pictureexclusive.com
  • FORECAST THURSDAY

  • FORECAST OF THURSDAY

    Every morning mist and fog will soon dissolve.

    After that, it will be dry with morning waves of sunshine, however cloudy areas will tend to form during the day.

    There is a possibility of a few showers, which are expected to cross East Anglia and reach the mainland later.

  • April 19 – 25: WEATHER CAN CHANGE AHEAD, BBC SAID

    “Unfortunately, when we get to the end of April, the forecast is going to be a bit more complicated,” BBC Weather reported.

    Looking ahead, from Monday 19 April until Sunday 25 April, the broadcaster said “generally we expect a week to change with the wettest weather in the northern half of the country and some mild, dry weather for southern regions. “

    There are “good signals that the high pressure is still nearby or north.

    “We anticipate that by the end of April this high in Scandinavia will last and begin to build slowly in northern Europe.

    “Meanwhile, the hurricane’s path will be in the North Atlantic and occasionally to the western and northern regions with weak weather fronts.”

  • CHILLY NIGHT FOR MULTIPLE

  • APRIL 5/1 TO GET HOTTEST ON RECORD WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE

    Ladbrokes have dropped the odds this month to drop as the hottest April on record.

    As the temperatures prepare to change for the better, the bookmakers have reduced the odds from 12/1 to just 5/1 as this will drop to a record hot April.

    “Although it snows earlier this month, it is still likely that outside is the hottest April ever with temperatures rising again,” says Alex Apati of Ladbrokes.

  • PHOTOGRAPHY: PEOPLE ENJOYING THE SUN IN LYME REGIS

    Sunshine at Lyme Regis
    Sunshine at Lyme RegisCredit: Alamy
  • BRITAIN KEEPS IN THE SUN 20C ONLY during the day

    The British will be dealt with next week with a heatwave of 20C as spring begins to prepare us for the coming summer months.

    Warmer weather will be welcomed by pub owners as well as amateur BBQ chefs as coronavirus restrictions across the UK subside.

    The hotel was allowed to reopen this week after being closed for several months during the lock-up period.

    Britons have been seen at beer pub gardens, outdoor bars and restaurants across the country despite the chilly temperatures – with some even defying heavy snow to enjoy a pot. .

  • DRY DRY IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS

  • FORECAST OF THURSDAY

    Every morning mist and fog will soon dissolve.

    After that, it will be dry with morning sun spells, however cloudy areas will tend to form during the day.

    There is a possibility of a few showers, which are expected to cross East Anglia and reach the mainland later.

  • BRITS FLOCK TO PUBS – DESPITE WEATHER MILLIONS OF VND

    Today the temperature has fluctuated between 11 ° C and 14 ° C, as they rise slightly after a week of cold onset.

    Bettors have wrapped up warmly for the tables outside of pubs and restaurants this week, as pubs and beer gardens reopen across England.

    Along with beer gardens and outdoor dining areas, non-essential shops, hair salons, indoor gyms, swimming pools, nail salons and zoos are also allowed to reopen on Mondays. .

    A man wears a 'Please No Rain' hat as he enjoys a drink outside at The Still & West pub in Spice Island in Portsmouth
    A man wears a ‘Please No Rain’ hat as he enjoys a drink outside at The Still & West pub in Spice Island in Portsmouth
  • ‘BIG DRY DRY AND DELICIOUS’ IMMEDIATELY FOR UK

  • SUN’S OUT, PINTS OUT

  • WEATHER CAN CHANGE AHEAD, SPEAK BBC

    “Unfortunately, when we get to the end of April, the forecast is going to be a bit more complicated,” BBC Weather reported.

    Looking ahead, from Monday 19 April until Sunday 25 April, the broadcaster said “generally we expect a week to change with the wettest weather in the northern half of the country and some mild, dry weather for southern regions. “

    There are “good signals that the high pressure is still nearby or north.

    “We anticipate that by the end of April this high in Scandinavia will last and begin to build slowly in northern Europe.

    “Meanwhile, the hurricane’s path will be in the North Atlantic and occasionally to the western and northern regions with weak weather fronts.”

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  • BRITAIN KEEPS IN THE SUN 20C ONLY during the day

    The Britons will be processed next week under a 20C heatwave as spring begins to prepare us for the summer months to come.

    Warmer weather will be welcomed by pub owners as well as amateur BBQ chefs as coronavirus restrictions across the UK subside.

    The hotel was allowed to reopen this week after being closed for several months while locked.

    Britons have been seen at beer pub gardens, outdoor bars and restaurants across the country despite the chilly temperatures – with some even defying heavy snow to enjoy a pot.

  • DOWNLOAD THE HAYFEVER TABLE

    The Met Office says pollen counts are on the rise this week, with high levels of birch and ash tree pollen in today’s places.



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